Perumal Peak, situated at about 11 km from Kodaikanal, is a preferred spot for trekking enthusiasts. Situated at an elevation of 2,440 m, Perumal Peak is the highest peak in Perumal Malai hills. Snuggled in the Western Ghats, this peak offers an excellent view of Nilgiri Hills and … Read More

Dolmen Circle, located in  proximity to Parvatha Vihar and the Pannikadu village, is one of the major attractions of the destination. The hill station of Kodaikanal has marked a place for itself on anthropology map, because of the presence of pre historic remains, which date back to 5,000 … Read More

Shenbaganur Museum, located at a distance of 5 km from Kodaikanal Lake, is also known as Flora and Fauna Museum. Established in 1895, this museum is managed by Sacred Heart College.

This museum also houses an orchidarium, which has a collection of around 300 species of exotic and indigenous … Read More

The Cave is not open to tourists. However, you can go up to the Cave and the entire area is worth visiting, especially during misty seasons. Do not forget to take your camera along with you – you will be able to take a few very good snaps … Read More

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